Check the times in the post below – they are different to usual training.
Another big day for our Umpiring Convenor. Thank you to Caroline Stevens who has helped to ensure these girls receive their acknowledgments.
Emily Serow on achieving her National C Badge. Emily has been supporting her club with umpiring for several years and having earned her Gold Award last year has taken on more coaching to move to the next level and join our “C” Club. Thank you to Janine McDonald for her assistance with coaching Emily to this milestone. Great job Em!
Cathy Watson who received her Association Silver Award. Another proud Rangers girl who has quietly gone about her business umpiring each week for the last couple of years and even attending a Carnival to umpire a junior team. Well done Cathy!
The Lost Property Bin at the courts will be sent to Charity after this weekend. So you better check tomorrow if you are missing any items. Any smaller and precious personal items (jewellery/sunglasses) will be behind the Admin desk.
The rule looks at throw ins. (page 44 of your rule book) Did you know a player taking the throw in can be offside?
Rule 18.4.2 The player throwing the ball in shall: – (vi) not step behind any offside area whilst still in possession of the ball;
PENALTIES for infringements occurring at the Throw In 1. For (i) to (vi) a Throw In is awarded to the opposing team where the infringement occurred.
So this week, make sure you look where your feet are when taking a throw in near the transverse line or on the edge of the goal circle.
- Saturday 25 July – Fixture 12
- Wednesday 29 July –
- No training for non-competitive teams
- Special Training for all other teams. Details to follow.
- Saturday 1 August – No game due to Country Carnival
Congratulations to Rebekah Rounds and Briana Hura from Rangers 6, who this week are competing at the Junior Indoor Netball Tri-Nations in Perth. Rebekah is representing Australia U15 and Briana is representing New Zealand u15. What a fabulous achievement to be competing at the international level. Good luck girls!
Congratulations to Meg Crisafulli, Sariah Silao and Rangers girl at heart Samantha Ridgeway. Our umpires are also there – Johanna Moore and Nicola Stevens. The girls are only just finishing up now at Caboolture before heading home, only to start again tomorrow bright and early. Good luck girls!
Good luck to our Rangers girls competing for WDNA in the Challenge Teams at the Suzuki Challenge Carnival this weekend being held at Caboolture Netball Assn.
Big shout out to Kate & Lauren Ward, Imogen Cottell and Briana Hura.